Celine Tan is a doctoral candidate at the School of Law, University of Warwick under the supervision of Profs Abdul Paliwala and Upendra Baxi. Her research centres on the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) approach to development financing, in particular on its impact on the constitution of global governance and international political and economic relations between parties to financing under this framework. Celine is a Warwick Postgraduate Research Fellow and teaches in the law school. She is also Production Editor of the Law, Social Justice and Global Development (LGD) Electronic Law Journal, a free-to-access journal based at the law school. Prior to Warwick, Celine was a Researcher with the Third World Network, a non-governmental organisation based in Penang, Malaysia. She has also worked with other NGOs including the London-based Bretton Woods Project and with human rights organisations based in Malaysia. Celine holds an LLM in Law in Development from Warwick and an LLB from the University of London. She has also taught law and worked as a journalist in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.